Reference works can provide an overview of a topic, define unfamiliar terms and concepts, and often provide bibliographies of key sources on a topic.
1. Identify a reference book entry relevant to your topic in one of the following sources:
2. Jot down the name of the reference book, title of the article/entry, and how it might be useful for your research.
Below is a list of the "artifacts" we'll use for the "Examine Sources" in-class activity. You can link to the full text of online sources here.
Practice creating citations in AAAG style for a book, a chapter in an edited book, and an article. Each file linked below includes the information you'll need to create a citation. For instructions on AAAG style, see the "Citation Styles" tab on this guide.